The tears came at the end of her song, "Love Will Remember" . . . so not surprisingly, some people think she was crying over her ex, JUSTIN BIEBER.
Supposedly, the song IS about him. In fact, the original, leaked version of it featured a voicemail that he'd left her.
However, there IS another explanation. After the show, Selena said she was emotional during the concert because . . . she couldn't use Instagram. (???)
Apparently, Selena has a tradition of taking photos with fans after her concerts . . . and for some reason she wasn't allowed to at this show. Still, that doesn't sound like a convincing explanation at all.
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard Got Married at the County Clerk's Office
KRISTEN BELL and DAX SHEPARD got married yesterday . . . at the Beverly Hills County Clerk's Office.
A source says they just went to the office to get a marriage license, but a court employee offered to marry them right on the spot . . . and they went for it.
Kristen and Dax got engaged in 2009, but they vowed not to get hitched until same-sex marriages were legal.
Tom Hanks Wants to Be in a Superhero Movie, But Nobody Asks Him
One thing we haven't seen TOM HANKS do yet is a superhero movie. And it's not by choice.
He says, quote, "They don't ask me, man. I keep trying. Come on, I can do it. I can do it. Even let me play a bad guy, let me play the bad guy against Batman. I'll do anything, call me. They've never asked. What do I gotta do?"
Tom doesn't want to play some scrub, though. If he can't be the villain, he wants to be the HERO. He says, quote, "God, I want to throw a shield at somebody. I want that.
"And I don't want to play the guy in the suit who tells the superheroes what's going on, I don't want to be that guy. 'Well, you know Batman, Captain America, Iron Man, here's what we've discovered.'
"I don't want to be that guy. I want to get in there, I want to play The Flash or something like that. They'll never give me a chance."
"Glee" Will End After Next Season
"Glee" creator Ryan Murphy has announced that the show will come to an end after NEXT season . . . so, that's one more season after this one, and then that's it.
Murphy added that his initial plan for the final season heavily involved LEA MICHELE and CORY MONTEITH'S characters, Rachel and Finn . . . but obviously, that will have change now that Cory's dead.
He said, quote, "The final year of the show . . . was designed around Rachel and Finn's story. I always knew that, I always knew how it would end. I knew what the last shot was . . . and [Finn] was in it.
"I knew what the last line was . . . [Rachel] said it to him. So when a tragedy like that happens you sort of have to pause and figure out what you want to do, so we're figuring that out now."
Murphy added that he has a new idea, and that he's going to be pitching it to the network soon. Fox has already renewed "Glee" for a sixth season next year.
Stallone and Schwarzenegger's "Escape Plan", the "Carrie" Remake, and the WikiLeaks Movie "Fifth Estate" Are in Theaters Now
1. "Carrie" (R)
Chloe Grace Moretz takes on the role of Carrie in this horror remake about a telekinetic girl who unleashes her power on her classmates at the senior prom. Julianne Moore plays her religiously fanatical mother.
It's based on the book by Stephen King, which was turned into the 1976 classic with Sissy Spacek as Carrie, and John Travolta as the guy who poured pig's blood on her.
2. "Escape Plan" (R)
Sylvester Stallone is a security expert who busts out of prisons for a living to test their security flaws. But when he's betrayed by a client and locked in a top secret location, he has to rely on his new cellmate, Arnold Schwarzenegger, to help him escape.
3. "The Fifth Estate" (R)
Benedict Cumberbatch plays WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, in a thriller about how he helped create the site for whistleblowers to anonymously leak information about corporate crimes . . . and eventually, covert military operations.
The real Julian Assange is currently hiding out as a political refugee, and was granted asylum by the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
Steven Tyler Is Collaborating with Psy, the "Gangnam Style" Guy
PSY . . . the guy behind "Gangnam Style" . . . says he's doing a song with STEVEN TYLER.
He says, quote, "When I was in school, I literally cried when AEROSMITH was singing 'Crazy' or 'Amazing' or whatever. They were my lifetime role models, and now I'm collaborating with STEVEN TYLER. What the [eff], man? I love my life."
There are no further details on the song. (Psy met Steven at some event in Singapore back in May. He even Tweeted a photo of them together.)